Cannabidiol News April 11 2019
Marijuana MomentIndiana Lawmakers Amend Hemp Bill To Allow Smokeable FlowerSmokeable hemp is a popular product in other countries, Hauser explained, and one that concerns law enforcement because of its likeness to marijuana. “There is still a lot of education happening with enforcement and regulators as to the difference,” she said. “We’re coming out of decades of hemp and marijuana being lumped together, which is why we haven’t been able to grow hemp in the United States for all these years.” The KDA also approved 40 new applications from processors (in addition to 69 previously approved multi-year processor license holders who are renewing their licenses for 2019). Several universities will also carry out additional research projects in 2019.
FRANKFORT (January 22, 2019) — Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has announced the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) approved 1,035 applications to cultivate up to 42,086 acres of industrial hemp in 2019. The KDA also approved 2.9 million square feet of greenhouse space for hemp cultivation. The KDA also approved 40 new applications from processors (in addition to 69 previously approved multi-year processor license holders who are renewing their licenses for 2019). Several universities will also carry out additional research projects in 2019.
California into Kentucky
GlobeNewswireSugarmade to Begin Hemp Micropropagation Supply Deliveries for Hempistry, Inc.MONROVIA, Calif., April 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NetworkWire — Sugarmade, Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD), a major supplier to the growing hydroponic cultivation sector, today announces the signing of a supply contract with Hempistry, Inc. where the Kentucky-based hemp cultivator is acquiring supplies for its hemp micropropagation operation. Sugarmade expects this supply relationship to be ongoing as Hempistry expands its operations, both domestically and internationally.
Wyoming TribuneWyoming’s plans to regulate hemp submitted to feds
The state’s plan outlines that growers need to notify the Department of Agriculture 30 days before they plan to harvest their crop. When inspectors check for THC levels, at least 30 plants must be tested for every 100 acres of crops being grown. If the tests reveal that plants are above the 0.3% level, the state will order the destruction of the crop.
OurQuadCitiesEntering a new farming frontier as industrial hemp production resumesHuston said, “Close to 2,000 plants per acre, that’s 2,000 pounds [of hemp material] per acre times ten, that’s a growth of $20,000 per acre.”
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